AZIPL – A Year in Review

As we look forward to 2019, it is important to look back and reflect.  Here we offer our readers a glimpse of the work that YOU helped us accomplish this past year. In our effort to “nourish intentional and diverse relationships across Arizona,” we recruited 16 new activists who attended Read more…

New Climate Reality Training Just Released…

https://www.climaterealityproject.org/training?segment=web_homepage_tile 17,000 Climate Leaders trained and working around the world! You can be trained (for free) by experts in climate change and community organizing in Atlanta or Brisbane, Australia. Dozens were trained this year from Arizona/Nevada, so you will have support and may consider joining the Baja Chapter in Tucson. Read more…

What Do These Veggies Have In Common?

WHAT DO THESE VEGGIES HAVE IN COMMON? Artichokes, asparagus, beets, bok choy, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, collard, endive, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, leek, okra (yuk), onion, peas, radish, rutabaga, spinach, turnips. They ALL can be planted in the Phoenix area NOW!

Another option to spread creation care ideas…

  https://www.umcmission.org/find-resources/new-world-outlook-magazine/2018/october/the-pizza-garden-in-mesa-arizona   Along with the Global Missions training I received to become a EarthKeeper in the Methodist church, UMCOR also published some of the projects attendees accomplished when they were commissioned to go back to their communities. Creating a church garden and Green Team were my projects and these Read more…

Garden Notes 2018-19

10/7/18 Today was the official beginning of the Temple Chai First grade Sunday School Garden program.  It was a very appropriate date since we are in Genesis studying Creation. And from the darkness, the void, came all life. And in our Star garden, we all removed the black plastic that Read more…

Prescott’s Climate Dialogues

This past Spring the Yavapai County Climate Change Coalition sponsored its first Climate Dialogues within the Prescott community.  Climate Dialogues is a facilitated, community-based, learning exercise centered on climate change impacts, designed to deepen engagement in the movement and develop sustainable leadership in ever-widening circles. Each of our 3 separate Read more…

Harvest Time at Prescott UMC

In 2010, Prescott United Methodist Church decided to transform a fenced-in, vacant lot on church property into a unique extension of the UMC mission – growing fresh, healthy food to feed the less fortunate.  All of the yield from Victory Garden is donated to the Coalition for Compassion and Justice Read more…